Brutal, necessary watch for all who want to understand why America operates with impunity re its horrendous treatment of Black people. Incisive and shocking, moreso now than when it debuted in 2016.
An extraordinarily intimate and perceptive new biography of the legendary actor and activist. Fonda reveals insecurities and anxieties that are achingly raw and very personal, but which many women will see themselves in.
Crackles with life and energy, depicting a grand adventure in journalism from almost half a century ago with vigor, suspense, and an urgent relevance for today.
A warts-and-all history of Greenpeace full of colorful characters and beset by twists and surprises. An inspiring, even exhilarating tribute.
I love the Minions and I thought they totally deserved their own movie. But I was wrong. Or, at least, this movie is not the movie they deserve.
This documentary interview with Bush-era insider Donald Rumsfeld is like a horror movie with a calm sociopath at its center.
A deeply moving melodrama about a subtly subversive black butler at the heart of the White House. You will need Kleenex.
Interesting… but a very narrow perspective. Almost all war and disaster…
I’m really coming to hate Steven Moffat — and by “hate” I mean love, of course — for being such a sneakier, teasinger bastard with each passing week. I want to say that this episode opens up more questions than it answers… except that I’m not sure it answers any questions at all!
Richard Nixon: now there’s a villain for the Doctor to smack down. I look forward to this.